Grateful Dead Live at Fillmore East on 1970-09-19
GD Acoustic Set: Cold Jordan > Swing Low Sweet Chariot
NRPS Set: I Don't Know You, Superman, Whatcha Gonna Do, Portland Woman, Glendale Train, Fair Chance To Know, All I Ever Wanted, Henry, Lodi, Last Lonely Eagle, Honky Tonk Women
GD Electric Set: Morning Dew, Me And My Uncle, Good Morning Little Schoolgirl, Cold Rain And Snow, Easy Wind, Sugar Magnolia, Dark Star > St. Stephen > drums > Not Fade Away > Darkness jam > China Cat jam > jam > Not Fade Away > Turn On Your Lovelight
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Fillmore EastLocation New York, NYSource Composite AudienceLineage [Sony TC-110 with built-in mic > reel > cassette > CD] + [AKG190E > Uher 400L > Technics 1506 playback > Cardas audiophile cables > HHB CDR 800 master CD > CD] > Samsung SW-232B > EAC v0.9b4 > CD Wave > shntool > FLAC16Taped by Jack Toner and Marty WeinbergTransferred by Dwight Holmes, Dr. Michael Parrish, Steven Martin, Jack Warner
Source One: Master audience cassette (Taped by Jack Toner, Sony TC-110 with built-in microphone) > reel > cassette > CD > Samsung SW-232B extraction (EAC v0.9 beta 4) > tracking (CD Wave) > sector boundary verification (shntool v1.01) > .flac encoding
Source two: Master audience reel (Taped by Marty Weinberg, AKG190E>Uher 400L) > Technics 1506 playback > Cardas audiophile cables > HHB CDR 800 master CD > CD > Samsung SW-232B extraction (EAC v0.9 beta 4) > tracking (CD Wave) > sector boundary verification (shntool v1.01) > .flac encoding
Disc one from source one, except d1t12 1:53 - end and d1t13 from source two
Disc two from source two, except d2t1 0:00 - 0:22, d2t2 0:00 - 0:16 and 3:24 - 3:26, d2t3 0:00 - 0:07 and 10:09 - 10:11, d2t4 0:00 - 0:07 and 5:49 - 5:54, d2t5 and d2t6 from source one
Disc three from source two, except d3t1 0:00 - 0:15, d3t3 0:32 - end, and d3t4 from source one
December 2, 2008
Careful with that Bass
Thanx Jack, Marty, Dwight, Dr. Michael, Steven, and Jack. If you have delicate doily ears then listening to this probably will ruin your life. But you really should check it out because of the treats. The best part of the show sounds the best! Your speakers might get eaten from the bass at times. Dark Star is way out. Feeling Groovy jam in the middle.
Personal preference: NRPS on one disc. Acoustic through Cold Rain on another, then the meat on disc 3. I am playing Portland Woman, Schoolgirl, and Easy Wind on my radio show this week. Peace
January 8, 2006
Because I've heard the material properly; it get's a 5. But, this recording.....
November 26, 2005
I just picked up sick bits vol. 14, which is a matrix of the second half of the second set. Grab it off bt.etree.org
while you can!!!!
It'll blow your mind, the dark star is easily one of the top ten of all time.
May 24, 2005
This may be a great, legendary show, but it certainly deserves more than these two shitty AUDs. I usually don't mind AUDs from this era but this one is an exception. The Weinberg AUD is better than the Toner AUD, but that's not saying much. Weinberg did a better job taping 11/8/70 (or at least most of it). This is only for the curious and completists, because the quality is so poor that it's almost impossible to tell if the performance is good or not. Avoid. At least part of Sugar Magnolia through Lovelight (the best part of the show) was taped through the SBD.